Ashton Kutcher reveals that a ‘super rare’ disease took his hearing, vision, and balance
Ashton Kutcher reveals that a ‘super rare’ disease took his hearing, vision, and balance: Ashton Kutcher revealed that he lost his vision, hearing, and ability to walk after an autoimmune condition took away his sight and potential motor neurons.
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In a sneak peek of a new episode of “Running Wild With Bear Grylls: The Challenge,” obtained by Access Hollywood, Kutcher said he developed a rare autoimmune disorder called vasculitis, which can cause inflammation of the blood vessels.
“I had a time-consuming disease that took away my sight, hearing, and more for many months. I could only rebuild it once when I realized how much I missed it” -John Oliver
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‘I’m lucky to be alive: Ashton Kutcher told a group of TV stars how he reframed hardship as an opportunity to persevere and make the best of a tough situation.
“The minute your start to view your obstacles as things that are made to give you what you need, your life will start to get fun,” Kutcher explained. If you constantly focus on your problems rather than living underneath them, Kutcher explains, it will put you in a position of happiness.
You can watch the episode “Running Wild With Bear Grylls: The Challenge” on September 9 at 9 P.M. PST on National Geographic.
“Vengeance,” the first marquee movie role for Kutcher in a decade, and B.J. Novak, who also starred and co-created the film with him, were interviewed by The Times last month.
In the podcast, Novak stars as a New York City writer who travels to rural West Texas in order to produce his podcast about someone who died from an overdose. Quentin Sellers is a self-professed cowboy philosopher and Quentin charms the New York writer before things take a darker turn.
Chris Kutcher told The Times that he wasn’t feeling the effects of acting with his big investment in technology, before seeing a script he found very interesting and important, where characters watch each other vilify one another.